I looked in memories and didn't see anything about this: My question is, when starting dreads with curly hair, will your hair become shorter or longer? I had dreads before, and didn't see a big chnage in length, though they did seem to be straighter. thanks--sorry if I missed this question in the memories.
[12:15] <crank2319> I SEE YOU.
[12:15] <crank2319> *drip*
[12:15] <crank2319> :D
[12:16] <dreadcookie> who?
[12:16] <crank2319> your favorite girlie :D
[12:16] <dreadcookie> .. lish?
[12:16] <crank2319> don't make me flip red dreads in your face to prove it!
[12:16] <dreadcookie> :D :D :D
For those of you in university/college/post-secondary education, what are you studying?
I'm an English Major With a Minor in French and Gender Studies (Aka, Women's Studies).
Besides peyote stitches and beads, what do you folks like to decorate your dreads with? (i.e. shells, colored thread--how did you do this?--bottle caps, nuts and bolts, blah blah blah)
(Not really talking accessories like tams, there was a post or two like that in the memories)
while browsing around on myspace, i gave a look at the dreadlock group im in on there. and hey! what do you know, there were several new posts in the group. so giving a looksee, i noticed one entitled "good ole dreadlocks". thinking maybe itll be an iteresting story or thought, i gave it a click. and heres what this person had to say...
"Posted: Jun 8, 2005 5:09 AM
dreadlocks are a symbol of the rastifarian religion. to the rastifari, dreadlocks is a religous sacrement. white people, especially those who call themselves rastifari so they can smoke weed "ritually" and grow their hair long, for no reason other than to "smoke weed "ritually" and grow their hair long", is irresponsible and disrespectful. Rastas rock dreads. not white middle class kids. have some respect. "
and i felt that i should paste in GUDU along with my personal opinion of...
what the eff? where did this cool guy get his ideas, opinions and theories??